It’s easy to take phone calls casually. You can make them from your home, in your pajamas, while watching your kids or from the office while reading your e-mail, scanning the newspaper or walking the halls. It’s easy, and it’s a mistake — phone calls are one of the most important tools in your networking arsenal. They allow you to keep in touch, further business relationships and get things done. Sometimes a call can carry just as much weight as a face-to-face meeting.


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